Atlantic Herring Measures Could Improve Angler Access to Baitfish
The New England Fishery Management Council is soliciting public comments to develop new management measures for Atlantic herring.
Louisiana Issues Regulations to Protect Nearshore Habitat from Menhaden Industry
In the most significant Gulf menhaden conservation outcome to date, the Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries Commission has approved creating a half-mile coastwide buffer prohibiting commercial netting of Gulf menhaden...
Conservation Community Responds After Menhaden Study Bill Again Stalled by Virginia Lawmakers
For the second year in a row, Virginia legislators delayed the passage of a bill that would support a three-year study to determine the ecology, fishery impacts, and economic...
Striped Bass Q&A: Author Peter Kaminsky
Book author, New York Times columnist, and renowned saltwater fly fisherman Peter Kaminsky talked to TRCP about his love for chasing Atlantic striped bass and the current state of...
2023 Forage Fish Conservation Wrap-Up
With 2023 winding to a close, we wanted to look back at the top accomplishments toward forage fish conservation that the TRCP, our partners, and dedicated members along the...
Louisiana Issues Proposed Regulations to Protect Redfish, Conserve Habitat from Industrial Menhaden Fishery
In a major conservation win for redfish and anglers, the Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries Commission adopted a Notice of Intent late last week to create a minimum 1-mile coastwide...
Nine Major Menhaden Developments in 2023
A lot has happened this year on the menhaden conservation front in 2023. Here are nine major developments related to Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico menhaden fisheries issues that...
Louisiana Lawmakers Take First Step to Conserve Redfish
Following settlement, the state and EPA both can be held accountable if pollution reduction goals are not met and enforced
Menhaden Agreement Between Omega Protein and Virginia Falls Short
Members of the recreational fishing and conservation community focus on next steps to conserve the Bay as purse seine sector celebrates toothless memorandum of understanding.
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